May 28, 2002

I've just been invited to give a lecture at the 12th International Congress of Logic Methodology and Philosophy of Science in Oveido, in August, 2003. This is Very Nice. The first really big international conference I ever attended to was the 10th LMPS Congress in Florence in 1995 (I was a postdoc then), and I had a truly wonderful time. I gave an early version of my "Negation in Relevant Logic" as a "contributed paper". It's a great honour to be one of the invited lecturers (not least because invited lectures get a slot of around an hour, and contributed ones go for around 15 minutes!) and I'm delighted to get the opportunity.


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